It’s certainly feeling like fall today – and the Pirates are still playing baseball! It’s been 20 years wince we had October baseball here. I don’t have any tickets to the games :(, but I’m watching them on TV. At least the ones that aren’t on the MLB channel.
Alright, most of you probably could care less about baseball, so let’s move right on to the books that found their way to my house over the month (or two). Welcome to Mailbox Monday, a meme started by Marcia of To Be Continued. Gina of Book Dragon’s Lair will be hosting the meme for the month of October.
Leaving Annalise by Pamela Fagan Hutchins (review) – from the author and Pump Up Your Book
A Cruise to Die for by Charlotte and Aaron Elkins – from Thomas and Mercer
The Back Road by Rachel Abbott – from Thomas and Mercer
Secrets and Lies by Christine Amsden – from the author and Pump Up Your Book
The Case of the Displaced Detective: The Arrival by Stephanie Osborn (review) – from the author and Pump Up Your Book
The Case of the Displaced Detective: At Speed by Stephanie Osborn – from the author and Pump Up Your Book
The Heavens Rise by Christopher Rice – from Gallery Books via NetGalley
The Bear Pit by Jon Cleary – from AudioGo via the Audiobook Jukebox
The French Powder Mystery by Ellery Queen – from AudioGo via the Audiobook Jukebox
The Good Thief’s Guide to Berlin by Chris Ewan (review) – from AudioGo via the Audiobook Jukebox
First Time Killer by Alan Orloff – from the author
The Roman Hat Mystery by Ellery Queen (review) – from AudioGo via the Audiobook Jukebox
Five Ring Circus by Jon Cleary (review) – from AudioGo via the Audiobook Jukebox
Wow…what a great mailbox.
The covers are Fabulous…I am a cover nerd. 🙂
Enjoy your books and your week.
My Mailbox Monday
That is one big mailbox :=D
I haven’t done one since August.
Nice selection of audio. I’ve been listening more than reading the last few months.
It’s not only feeling like fall it’s looking like it too. As for baseball, ah well, I’m a fan but it’s difficult to care a whole lot when one lives in Chicago. Perhaps hockey would be a better sport for me to get excited about.
I’ve been listening to more audio too.
Usually Pittsburgh is not a good town to be a baseball fan in, so I do sympathize.
I know! In past years I was always happy to see the Pirates come to town. This year both Chicago teams are abysmal and I don’t see it getting better any time soon. I forgot the baseball season was still going on. Enjoy your good year even if you do have to watch on TV!
I’m curious about the Christopher Rice book and wondering if he writes the same way his mother does. Enjoy your new books!
The Roman Hat Mystery–sound interesting. Do they wear hats in Rome–seems hot
It’s the Roman theater in New York.
Enjoy your new books!
That’s quite a haul! Happy reading!